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Tigers to Seek 7fh Straight Over Sagehens [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Tigers to Seek 7fh Straight Over Sagehens Occidental’s Tigers, who are deadlocked with the Whittier Poets for the league lead in the SCIC baseball race, host thirdplace Pomona tomorrow afternoon on the Bengal baseball diamond at 3 o’clock. Coach Bill Anderson has named Dick Dreher to take the mound against the Sagehens. The Tigers are currently riding on the crest of a six-game winning streak and hope to make it seven on Saturday. First baseman Ken Wolters doubled deep into center field with two out in the bottom of the sixth inning to drive in Ray Todd and Russ Groat with the tie-breaking runs in the Tigers’ 4-2 victory over Glendale CC Tuesday afternoon. Russ Groat, third Bengal pitcher—following starter Dick Dreher and reliefer Frank Bennett—was credited with the victory. Dave Hess was the losing hurler. Todd led off the last of the sixth by walking. Groat layed down a bunt and both runners were safe when the Caltech second baseman failed to touch the bag. Todd and Groat advanced...
TootboTrTnS prmg/ Extra-Base Swats Spell 21-9 Oxy Win [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
TootboTrTnS prmg/ Extra-Base Swats Spell 21-9 Oxy Win By TOM PETERSON The resurgent Occidental horsehiders unloosed an extra-base hit barrage that included a home run and four doubles last Saturday as they massacred Caltech hurler Bob Winslow for 25 hits and an overwhelming 21-9 victory over the Engineers. The slugfest took place at Tournament Park in Pasadena. Three times the Tigers batted clear around as they tallied seven runs in the third, eight more in the sixth and wound up the day’s festivities by notching three markers on the scoreboard in the ninth. Second Victory The wild contest made it easy for Tiger left-hander Dick Dreher to achieve his second victory against no losses by scattering nine Beaver hits. Big Jim Burt, with a threerun homer, a double, two singles and seven runs batted in, along with Murray Via, who garnered five singles, led the assault against Winslow. Gordy Bonetto also wielded a big stick in the Tiger onslaught as he banged out four singles. Pat Delaney ...
Tennis Team Drops Two to Cats, Beavers [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Tennis Team Drops Two to Cats, Beavers By CHUCK HAMMOND The Occidental varsity tennis team went down fighting for the fifth straight time in league play last Wednesday afternoon on the Bengal courts. Playing their best games of tennis this season, the Tigers almost upset Caltech but fell short by the slim margin of 5-4. The Tigers were seriously handicapped by the absence of Ted Pettit who was suffering from an ankle injury. And without Pettit competing in doubles competition, the Tigers were lost. However, they still fought their hearts out and almost pulled one out. Dick Martin and John Roney looked especially good for the Oxy raquetmen. Last Wednesday the Tigers lost to league-leading Redlands, on the Bulldogs’ home courts. The citrus-belters were just too strong for the never-say-die Oxy men. The Bengals gave their all but it was not enough, as the potent Bulldogs just had too much class.
Vote Bengals, Vote! [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Vote Bengals, Vote! Here we go again! The big ASOC spring election starts next Thursday and Friday with a large group of candidates ready to serve you, the student body of Occidental. You can be proud of the candidates both scholastically and interestwise. However, we do want to put down a few ideas for you to consider before you put that “X” down for any one person. It’s all too easy to vote for the bestlooking or most popular fellow or girl, but that’s not the point. The officers will be representing you at meetings with Redlands, Whittier, Caltech, the Pomona Colleges, etc., and the idea people will get of you and all Oxy students depends on how these representatives conduct themselves. Keep an eye open for the most-quali-fied person—the one who can make a good impression for Oxy and have, the grey matter to back it up with “words of wisdom.” Also, these people you elect spend several thousand dollars a year, most of it coming from your pockets. They should be thoughtful people w...
AWS PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
AWS PRESIDENT Jane Weldon The AWS cabinet is one of the most active groups on campus, and its program requires the guidance of an alert and competent president. I believe that Jane Weldon possesses the qualities of leadership to carry out the duties of this position. During her years at Oxy, Jane has proven herself as a willing worker and a capable leader. She has shown her interest in campus activities as a member of Tiger Taps, the Occidental staff, Laurean and Cosmopolitan Clubs. Janie has a vast knowledge of how AWS functions after being a member of the cabinet for two years. She served as secretary and represented her class as Sophomore Women’s President. In addition to her offices, she worked on committees planning the AWS Picnic, Coed Hop, May Day, and she has been a sponsor. This experience, coupled with her concern for advancing AWS activities, would make her an excellent spokesman for the women students on the ASOC Council. The qualities of friendliness, helpfulness and un...
FINE ARTS REP'R [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
FINE ARTS REP'R Gordon See Gordon See, we feel, would be an outstanding choice for Fine Arts Representative. He is a member of the Occidental Dance Group and the Occidental Players. He is the possessor of a most capable intellect, highly developed powers of verbal expression and a good deal of experience with the counciltype government. He is in close touch with the dance, drama and music departments, particularly in their extra-cur-ricular phases. Signed: Carl Ginet Craig Biddle Chuck Harvey Bill Rodman Ann Garner Dear lovely, eager voter—Ann Garner is tremendous! It just so happens that she is running for the office of Fine Arts Representative, so here is your chance. Besides the aforementioned quality (being tremendous) she is interested in working for you, interested in fine arts and interested. Her capabilities have been expressed in the past through A Capella, dance festival and Thorne Hall presentations. Now she wants to express herself through the office of Fine Arts. So if ...
AMS PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
AMS PRESIDENT Ray Taylor We, the undersigned, should like to recommend Ray Taylor for the office of Associated Men Students’ President. Ray came to Oxy in 1951 from Long Beach City College where he played varsity basketball and was active in school affairs, being president of his social club and representing it in the College Inter-Club Council. He transferred to Oxy as a sophomore and immediately took an activ# interest in all phases of school life, accepting positions of responsibility in all. He is well acquainted with the athletic policies of the college, being a physical education major, a two-year varsity basketball letterman and the present coach of the varsity tennis team. He is a member of Phi Epsilon Kappa, the national physical education fraternity and is currently its sergeant-at-arms. Elsewhere, he is president of his social fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega, and has served previously as its treasurer. He is closely connected with the Graduate Manager’s Office, being the Fina...
ASOC PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
ASOC PRESIDENT Inside Dope on Hopefuls Bruce Gilliland To the Student Body of Occidental College: We recommend a man for ASOC president whom we feel has those qualifications necessary to the continuance of Oxy’s tradition of having outstanding student officers. Vested in the student body president is our faith that his decisions will benefit the greatest majority as well as contribute most to Oxy’s well being. We feel that a person with the ability to manage, work with and get along well with people is found in Bruce Gilliland, candidate for ASOC prexy. We believe that an essential pre-requisite for the office is past experience, a gift that is found in abundance in our candidate. Contributing to his growth in leadership and ease inorganizing were his terms served as president of the Huntington Park High School student body and executive officer of that school’s athletic letterman’s association. Cur- ’ rently Bruce is serving on the ASOC Council as Athletic Representative for the Ox...
ASOC VICE-PRES. Jane Magmison [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
ASOC VICE-PRES. Jane Magmison Running unopposed for the office of Student Body VicePresident, Jane Magnuson has the qualities and background of experience which are necessary for an officer in this capacity. Hailing from Tacoma, Washington, Janie began early in her Oxy career to demonstrate her abilities. As a freshman, she was elected Social Chairman of her class, this during the era when freshmen took complete charge of the Christmas formal. Due to her outstanding service and fine attitude, Janie was chosen for Tiger Taps and subsequently elected vice - president. In this capacity she supervised roll taking and planned all social events. Also at this time she served as secretary for the assembly committee. During the past year Janie has done an outstanding job as President of Alpha Sorority —a post seldom given to a junior. In connection with this she has worked as vice-presi-dent of Pan Hellenic Council, again taking charge of social events. The privilege of being a sponsor for f...
ATHLETIC REP'R Richard Conant [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
ATHLETIC REP'R Richard Conant We feel that Richard Conant is a well qualified candidate for the office of Athletic Representative. He is a PE major, has participated on the track basketball and gymnastics teams. At present he is active in Phi Epsilon Kappa, the Occi. dental Student Official’s Association and the AMS Council. As assistant to the Intramural Director, he represents the ASOC on the physical education staff to coordinate student desires in intramural athletics with those of the college administration. Dick Wells, Boyd Devington, Keith Gilliland, Margaret Reavis.
Dick Rush [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Dick Rush We feel that Dick Rush is very well qualified for the position of Athletic Representative because of his proven ability to work, his capacity for getting along well with people, his knowledge of the job to be done and his sincere desire to develop the full potential of this office. For the above reasons we all agree that Dick Rush would be a mighty safe choice to do a bang-up job as your next Athletic Representative. Jim Terrill, Dan Stark, Andy Blough, Chuck Harvey, Clara Thompson.
Claude Fiddler [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Claude Fiddler As a candidate for the office of ASOC Athletic Representative, Claude Fiddler is fully qualified to handle the job. He is now a junior and has maintained a 3.00 grade point. He is a member of the track and cross country teams thus being in contact with the athletic situation of the college the year round. Claude has been active in the activities and functions of the ASOC since entering as a freshman. I am sure that Claude Fiddler is fully capable of handling the office of Athletic Representative. Brayton Norton
Vivian Dennistoun [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Vivian Dennistoun The office of ASOC secretary is a two-fold position that includes duties as record keeper an das a council member. Both these responsibilities demand the efforts of an individual with experience, interest and ability. We feel that Vivian Dennistoun is a candidate that has these qualifications. During the past three years she has taken an active interest in many campus activities. She has been a member of Residence Council, Bengal Board and Tiger Chest Committees. She served as a writer and a staff member of both the La Encina and The Occidental. As secretary and historian of Erdman Hall, she has shown her ability to keep recoils. Vivian has always carried out her duties and responsibilities with efficiency and entti isia -m that have resulted in a job well done. We, therefore, recommend Vivian Dennistoun for the office of ASOC Secretary because we know that she has the desire, the interest and the ability to serve you in this position. Signed; Kay Perry Chuck Stewa...
Ginny Goss [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Ginny Goss Ginny Goss is my choice for the position of secretary of the Associated Student Body of Occidental College. I feel that she has every necessary qualification for this very important office. Foremost, Ginny is a very responsible girl. This past year she has done an outstanding Job as secretary-co-chairman of the Student Exchange Committee and as a Tiger Tap. Secondly, she is an efficient girl. This is shown by her ability to organize work well, neatly and promptly—a highly desired quality for a secretary. Third, Ginny has the Occidental “Heloo Spirit”—a much needed asset to be a representative of our Student Council. And finally, Ginny has the interest and desire in Occidental College to want to serve as secretary of its student body. She has shown It in the past as song leader, and she is showing it now by adding her name to the ballot for secretary. Signed: Nancy Nay Penny Nancy Van Law Laird Facey Andy Plough Dan Stark
Darlene Yates [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 17 April 1953
Darlene Yates To the students of Occidental College and various and sundry Tigers; SCOOP! You have before you this year a candidate extraordinare—Darlene Yates can write and what is more, legibly! What better qualification could a candidate for the office ,of ASOC secretary have? Beside this, however, we feel that our candidate has shown her enthusiasm for Occidental and its students through her spiritrousing activity as a songleader. Two of the qualities that every candidate should have are conscientiousness and efficiency. bur candidate has shown such qualities in her be-hiind-the-scenes work the previous two years on various May Day committees. Her understanding of students has been broadened (and on her it looks good) through experience with both off and on campus organizations. Signed; Jerry LaFleur Joan Currey